Boarding House for an Agricultural School
Year of Completion
Cold Subtropical Highland Climate (Cwc)
Material and its Properties
Bricks were selected as the primary material of choice for its ability to compensate daily fluctuation in temperature via thermal storage, as well as for its workability amongst both student and local builders.
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High diurnal thermal storage capability of masonry allows heat absorbed from sunlight to radiate into the interior after sunset.
Technical University of Berlin; Pasel, Ralf; and CODE, "Boarding House for an Agricultural School" (2017). Building Case Studies. 404.